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Alcohol and Drug Education Classes
The Level I Education class consists of a PowerPoint presentation in a classroom type setting with a certified counselor. The class identifies some of the most commonly abused substances, explains their effects and the consequences and problems they can cause. Lecture, guided discussion and video/DVD presentations will be utilized. The class is usually held on a Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

The Level II Education class is from 8:30 to 3:00 on a Saturday and 1-2 individual sessions with an Addictions Counselor. This class focuses on social, emotional affects of substances in the individual's life.

Counseling and Spanish Counseling
Clients required to complete substance abuse counseling will participate in an intake appointment to determine their treatment plan. The goal is the client will follow the guidelines set forth in the plan to maintain sobriety and work a recovery program. The number of sessions will be determined by the needs of the client and parameters set forth by the court. Once a client completes the required treatment, a discharge plan will be followed to include regular aftercare meetings for a length of time determined by client and counselor.

Monitoring
After sentencing, the court generally requires the individual to report to a monitor to insure the compliance with the conditions of the probation or diversion agreement. After a court hearing the individual contacts A connecting Pointe to schedule an initial orientation appointment. They will then be required to report to the telephone or face to face depending of the agreement with the court. The court will evidence monthly progress reports from the monitor as part of the conditions of the probation or diversion agreement.

Additional Programs & Services
  • Theft Prevention Classes
  • Consultation Services
  • Monitoring for Spanish Speaking Clients
 
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